It wasn't getting enough viewers to offset the cost per episode was what I remember reading back when it got the axe. Too bad because it was a good original show. Oh wait - it was original..... Too bad that the public doesn't seem to take to new and different things most of the time. That explains the re-treads of retreads of retreads that come on every year like the current crop of "reality" shows and game shows. Blech!
Post by fuzzyhedgehog on Oct 12, 2006 17:31:41 GMT -5
That is too sad to hear. Dead Like Me was a good show. It never focused on "political" story plots. The show was funny, edgy and made you think about life. The characters were of different ages, which gave the show a different spin on things. I suppose since no one was LOST, or busy being a SURVIVOR or trying to be the next AMERICAN IDOL, it never captured the younger age group. In my opinion, reality shows need to go along the roadside. I miss good, old fashioned movies that make me laugh, cry, etc. Thank you for your reply to my question.